New England Patriots using behind LeGarrette Blount will skip a residue of a deteriorate since of a left hip injury, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter and mixed reports.
Blount suffered a damage in Sunday’s diversion opposite a Houston Texans, apropos New England’s latest distinguished actor to go down with a season-ending injury.
Blount, 29, has rushed for a team-leading 703 yards and 6 touchdowns this season. He was a pivotal writer in New England’s Super Bowl run final season, including his stellar opening in a AFC Championship Game, in that he ran for 148 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Blount’s damage sparked a Patriots’ preference to pointer third-year actor Montee Ball, a 2013 second-round breeze choice of a Denver Broncos, to a use patrol Tuesday.
New England also has undrafted rookie using behind Trey Williams on a use squad. The Patriots worked out rookie Alonzo Harris, who done a Green Bay Packers’ register as an undrafted giveaway representative and was cut progressing this month, on Tuesday.
Bolden entered a NFL with a Patriots as an undrafted giveaway representative in 2012 and essentially has done his symbol on special teams. He took over for Blount on Sunday night and finished with 16 carries for 51 yards.
Bolden, who is 5-foot-11, 220 pounds, has 174 carries for 744 yards and 6 touchdowns in his NFL career.
White, during 5-foot-10 and 205 pounds, is some-more of a “passing back.” He has 16 carries for 41 yards and dual touchdowns in 11 games this season, to go along with 26 catches for 248 yards and dual touchdowns.
The Patriots (11-2), who have a best record in a AFC and clinched a postseason berth Sunday, already are but starting left tackle Nate Solder and using behind Dion Lewis for a residue of a season. New England also has played the final 4 games but star receiver Julian Edelman, who is out indefinitely with a damaged foot.
ESPN Patriots contributor Mike Reiss contributed to this report.